Stories for September 2022


Friday, September 30

Lyon County legal - 28127

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 28074

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

Carson City legal - 28075

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 27822

Notice of Abandoned Vehicle

Carson City legal - 28014

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28057

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Lyon County legal - 28177

Divorce Summons

Lyon County legal - 28176

Petition for Adult Name Change

Lyon County legal - 28130

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 28069

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 28070

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 28049

Seeking proposals for FEMA funded projects

Carson City legal - 28073

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 27989

Notice of Vacancy - Parent Representative

Senator football slowed by Spanish Springs

A shorthanded Carson High football team couldn't keep pace with Spanish Springs Friday night.

Mustang football overpowers Douglas

Damonte Ranch was able to put together a convincing win over Douglas football Friday night.

Roger Diez: Talladega follows disaster weekend for Cup

This weekend, it’s Talladega, one of two wild card races in the Round of 12.

Fundraiser set up to support families of injured paving workers

A gofundme account has been established at

Trump set to return to Minden on Oct. 8

Thousands attended 2020 rally at Minden-Tahoe Airport

Blue Angels visit Carson Tahoe Health’s Long Term Acute Care Hospital

A few representatives from the Blue Angels stopped by Carson Tahoe Health’s Long Term Acute Care Hospital on Friday to visit Navy Veteran Thomas P. Fischer, who served for 20 years.

Flags at half-staff to commemorate October 1 massacre

Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered flags to half-staff to commemorate the October 1 Harvest Festival massacre.

NIAA to add girls division in high school wrestling

The NIAA will officially recognize girls high school wrestling this winter, though it will not be sanctioned yet.

Carson High volleyball upsets Spanish Springs

Results from Carson, Douglas and Sierra Lutheran High School athletic events from this past week.

Churchill County legal - 28202

Notice of Sale of Personal Property

LCSO: Child porn investigation leads to Dayton arrest

One man was arrested Thursday and faces child pornography charges.

Linda Marrone: Summer medley salad

Before we push summer completely out of the way, I want to remind you there is one more Farmers Market.

Sideline innovation

Senator girls soccer adds new technology to sideline

A new camera system has infiltrated the Carson High girls soccer sideline with new ways to view individual performance and game film.

Carson City warming shelter to open; volunteers needed

Night Off the Streets will provide a place for those without homes to sleep from Nov. 1 through March 31.

Appeal named best rural paper in Nevada

The Nevada Appeal was named the best rural publication in Nevada at the Nevada Press Foundation Awards banquet.

Thursday, September 29

Douglas looks to dispatch Damonte Ranch

Douglas High football will host Damonte Ranch Friday at 7 p.m.

Motorcycle rider dies in Carson City crash

A male motorcycle rider was killed just before 7 p.m. Wednesday in a collision with a commercial truck.

Douglas girls soccer shuts out Carson

Results from Douglas High athletics over the past week.

CHS boys soccer draws with Reed

Results from Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran prep sports from the last week.

Blues festival Battle, Axe and Tracks takes place this weekend

Music festival in Reno features headliners Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jimmie Vaughan, Samantha Fish and Robert Randolph Band

Reno is hosting a multi-day music festival this weekend with sixteen musicians and bands at Rancho San Rafael Park on Oct. 1-2. The first Battle, Axe and Tracks combines award-winning established and emerging rock, funk and blues musicians with the intimate setting of Rancho San Rafael Park. The festival features blues and rock music, activities, food trucks, bars, a guitar battle, axe throwing and more.

Senators get shot at Spanish Springs

While the two schools don’t meet every year on the football field, Spanish Springs has had Carson’s number recently.

Reno Aces playing for PCL, Triple-A titles in Las Vegas

The Aces will meet the El Paso Chihuahuas in a one-game playoff Friday for the Pacific Coast League championship.

Planning commissioners deny Andersen Ranch West project

After heated public comment and concern from neighbors, planning commissioners voted 6-1 to deny a tentative subdivision map.

South Carson City dispensary clears hurdle

Commissioners voted 6-1 to approve Qualcan’s “Jade” dispensary.

Titus: U.S. should look at China as competitor, not enemy

The relationship between China and the U.S. is "unstable" and needs a reset, Nevada's 1st U.S. House District Rep. Dina Titus said.

Seeliger’s Pumpkin Patch festival offers new food, new faces

Seeliger Elementary School’s Pumpkin Patch festival is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 15.

I-580 in Carson City to close briefly on Sunday

Crews will install marker balls on the overhead power line to improve visibility.

Wednesday, September 28

Churchill County legal - 27890

Notice to Creditors (60-Day)

Churchill County legal - 27901

Notice of Lien Sale

Churchill County legal - 27889

Notice to Creditors

Churchill County legal - 27842

Notice of Sale of Personal Property

Churchill County legal - 27940

Notice to Creditors

Trina Machacek: The other side of the tracks

In life, you’re lucky if you have a hand in building something unique.

Fodder: Nevada, CSU staggering into Oct. 7 showdown

The Wolf Pack and the Rams both on bye weeks as they seek to shake off their 'Walking Dead' appearances.

Fallon Churchill Fire Department responds to fire at Safety Kleen Facility

Facility evacuated; fire extinguished at 7:30 a.m.

The Fallon Churchill Fire Department responded to a 6 a.m. call for a fire at the Safety Kleen oil recycling facility on Bango Road in Churchill County this morning.

Sisolak orders investigation of prison escape

Porfirio Duarte-Herrera was convicted of using a bomb in 2007 to kill one person at the Luxor.

Churchill County Legal: 27342

Churchill County Legal: 27342

DMV issues warning about fake dealer tags

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is warning drivers not to buy or use temporary dealer registration tags that are for sale online.

Carson City Legal - 27492

2022 Notice of General Election and Ballot Questions Carson City

Rosen: ‘Women will die’ if abortion ban passes

U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen said Nevada's law will become moot if a federal abortion bill proposed by Sen. Lindsey Graham becomes law.

Past Pages for September 28 to 30, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Townsend: A trailblazer in Greenwave athletics

Passed 50 years ago, Title IX gave girls the opportunity to play

When she was growing up in Fallon, Ellen Townsend wasn’t afforded the same opportunities to play in sports like girls and women have today. In 1972 Congress passed Title IX that prohibited discrimination of playing sports based on sex, but the years before then, Townsend and girls across the country were forced to find creative ways of getting on the playing field. She wore boys tennis shoes and was criticized and called names because she wanted to play sports.

Steve Ranson: Honoring our Greenwave

Somewhere over a Nevada rainbow that paints its radiant shades of colors over the Lahontan Valley, two Greenwave coaches who loved life and this community looked over the many attendees at Saturday’s Greenwave Hall of Fame induction.

Community remembers Sandra Trotter

Counseling services offered this week after the death of the high school’s office manager

Counseling services are being offered this week to support staff members and staff because of an incident that occurred at Churchill County High School on Sept. 22.

Candidates Night slated for Oct. 18

Candidates Night on Oct. 18 at the Fallon Convention Center will feature forums for individuals seeking four Churchill County school board seats as well as candidates vying for sheriff and Fallon City Council Ward 3.

Walker River Paiute Tribe set to receive funding for water infrastructure

Failing infrastructure and paltry funding for tribes in Nevada has likely contributed to the growing number of Native American households in the state facing plumbing and water quality problems, according to a new study.

Community Bulletin Board

The Green Goddess Market & Autumn Harvest will feature fantastic artisanal work including a collaboration between Nevada-U.S. Silver Works and Silver Fox Turquoise showcasing sterling silver jewelry and high-grade turquoise all handmade and mined in Nevada. The event is Oct. 7 from 4-7 p.m. at the Oats Park Art Center.

BLM issues decision on wild burro gather

The Carson City District, Stillwater Field Office has issued the Decision and Final Environmental Assessment for the Marietta Herd Management Area.

The Royal Corgis bred for the queen

Dear Readers, the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II brought out the best in people. The world reacted with such dignity and affection. Thousands of people attended the funeral procession and two of her Corgis named Sandy and Muick were waiting at the palace as the procession passed. It was a fond reminder of her love for dogs.

Bighorn News: Student's article published in the Nevada Bighorn Magazine

Oasis Elementary student Gianna Salisbury is a published author. The now fifth-grader recently had an article she wrote describing her first hunt published in the Nevada Bighorns Unlimited Journal.

News from the Churchill County School District

The CCHS Mentor Program has kicked off for the 2022-23 school year. This program was started in 2020 by CCHS graduate Kalea Lattin, who wanted to create a mentor program for incoming freshmen and new students.

WNC News and Notes: Apply for Nevada Promise Scholarship by Oct. 31

Nevada’s Legislature has funding available through the Nevada Promise Scholarship to cover tuition and other mandatory fees not met by federal or state, amounting to a savings of more than $3,000 per year. The scholarship provides aid for up to three years for students who apply and follow through with the requirements for receiving the scholarship.

Prep Roundup: Volleyball team splits matches

The Greenwave volleyball team ended its crossover schedule with a sweep over Sparks last Monday before dropping a four-game match on Wednesday to open 3A East play.

Movies & More: Your Community Owned & Operated Fallon Theatre

Thank you to all who joined us for last week's Hocus Pocus Movie Theme Nights. Great decorations, goodies and costume contest. And a big thank you our sponsor Huck Salt.

Navy officer talks war and peace in Carson City

Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham addressed the Rotary Club during a luncheon that celebrated Navy Week.

Tuesday, September 27

Carson City legal - 27977

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 27997

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28003

Alphabetical Listing of Registered Voters available

Carson City legal - 28005

Notice of Hearing - Petition for Confirmation of Sale of Real Property

Carson City legal - 28010

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 27975

Notice of Hearing

Lyon County legal - 28113

Notice of Hearing

Chandra opens UNR-Lake Tahoe speaker series Wednesday

The University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe hosts its new public speaker series Talks@Tahoe on Sept. 28 in Incline Village.

Mountain West: ‘Angry’ Air Force punishes Pack

“We wanted to go out and show how it should be, like we are a great team,” said Air Force running back John Lee Eldridge.

Carson sheriff hosts inaugural K-9 unit challenge

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is hosting its first regional K-9 unit challenge and demo on Oct. 15.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt begins Oct. 4 under new leadership

The Nevada Day Treasure Hunt officially begins Oct. 4.

Election debate series set for Carson City

Election forums are set Oct. 7, 10, 11 and 17 at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall in Carson City.

Monday, September 26

Lyon board appoints Haskin as interim county manager

The Lyon County Commission appointed community development director Andrew Haskin to serve as interim county manager Monday during a special meeting after former manager Jeff Page quickly announced his retirement last week.

Nevada has week off and lots of questions

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 48-20 loss at Air Force on Friday.

Baker Hughes Awards MEFIYI

Baker Hughes awarded Me for Incredible Youth (MEFIYI) toward its sports, education and career development teen programs.

Gilbert sanctioned $88,000 for primary challenge

Reno attorney Joey Gilbert came in second to GOP governor nominee Joe Lombardo by 26,000 votes in the June primary.

Sisolak announces digital prescription discount card

The digital card, called ArrayRX, saves an average of 80% on generic prescriptions and up to 20% on brand name drugs and is free for Nevadans.

Letters to the Editor for September 24, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Three Navy representatives to address The Rotary Club of Carson City

The Rotary Club of Carson City is taking part in the U.S. Navy Week in Carson City this week. Three Navy representatives will join the Rotarians at their weekly lunch meeting, Tuesday, Sept. 27.

20 languages spoken among Carson students

At least 20 languages are spoken in the homes of approximately 900 students in the English learners' program.

Sunday, September 25

Jim Valentine: Things to leave behind when you move here

Northern Nevada is a wonderful place to live and enjoy. Let’s keep it special… together.

A dramatic turn

Carson High volleyball seeing major improvement

The Senators are off to their hottest start since 2018 and are 11-5 through 16 matches in 2022.

Carson City property taxes due Oct. 3

The second installment for the payment of real property taxes in Nevada is due on or before Oct. 3.

Marilyn Foster: Travel like the rich and famous to Croatia’s islands

Nothing is quite as wonderful as traveling on a modern luxury yacht with no more than 36 fellow travelers that soon become like family.

Nevada receives $5.6 million outdoor recreation grant

Nevada has been awarded $5.6 million in Economic Development Administration funding to support tourism and outdoor recreation activities in the state.

Faith & Insight: Grace and peace

God wants true peace that fulfills and transforms us eternally through his presence.

Carson City disc golf course ready for 1st tournament

Carson Ridge Disc Golf and Interpretive Trails Park is ready to host its first big event.

Saturday, September 24

Carson City birth announcements for September 1 to 15, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for September 1 to 15, 2022

Jim Hartman: Biden declares war on ‘MAGA Republicans’

Democrats want to pretend Trump is on the ballot to campaign against as the great Democratic foil.

Carson City road report for Sept. 26 to Oct. 2, 2022

Carson City road report for Sept. 26 to Oct. 2, 2022

Cynthia Ferris-Bennett: Farmers Market fresh bruschetta (recipe)

We celebrate one of our favorite produce gems… heirloom tomatoes.

Tiger girls soccer topped by Reed

Results from Douglas High girls soccer, boys soccer, volleyball and tennis.

CHS boys soccer gets draw with Galena

Results from Carson High boys soccer, girls soccer and girls tennis

Genoa Lakes Golf courses on market for $14 million

The two Genoa Lakes Golf courses went on the market last week for $14 million.

Past Pages for September 24 to 27, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Kelly Bullis: You can refuse an inheritance

There are still some good-hearted folks who would rather NOT inherit their share of an estate.

Carson City report: Local roads at risk of deteriorating

Carson City’s local roads need some attention – and more funding – according to a report by the city’s transportation division.

Roger Diez: Wacky Cup year has 19th winner; playoffs down to 12

Could another non-playoff driver win at Texas on Sunday?

Friday, September 23

Carson City legal - 27952

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 27860

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 27936

Annual Statement

Lyon County legal - 27863

Notice to Creditors

Lyon County legal - 26913

Notice of Petition for Name Change

Carson City legal - 27873

Notice of Lien Sale

Doreen Mack: No need for marijuana dispensaries

A strong downtown core is needed to sustain our community to be family oriented and welcome all ages and ethnic backgrounds.

Nevadan accused of 1972 Hawaii killing fighting extradition

Tudor Chirila, 77, said he was unlawfully arrested at a Reno hospital after police forced him earlier this month to provide saliva for a DNA sample.

Shoe Tree Brewery planning to expand Carson operations

A local brewery is looking to expand its Carson City operations into a neighboring parcel and increase production for greater retail opportunities.

North Tahoe fire district awarded wildfire grant

The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District has been awarded $1.77 million to combat wildfire risks in the basin.

Memorials policy for Carson City parks approved

The policy outlines types of acceptable memorials and donations.

David Brog: Why we need congressional term limits

Congress is less popular than Genghis Khan and root canals.

New marijuana dispensary proposed in Carson City

Planning commissioners will weigh in on a marijuana dispensary – and potential restaurant – proposed for the south end of town.

Thursday, September 22

Monkeypox case reported in Lyon County

The first case of monkeypox has been reported in Lyon County.

Parents add ‘2 cents’ at Carson schools’ meeting

The Professional Learning Community meeting drew people to learn how they could get involved on a higher level with the district’s work.

UPDATE: School staff member found dead in restroom

Churchill County High School reported the death of a staff member on Thursday after a lockdown at the school.

Football at midseason: Manogue on top; Carson looking for more

A look back at the highs and lows of the first half of the 2022 season

Pack goals: Slow Air Force, end losing streak

A look at Friday’s Mountain West football game between the Nevada Wolf Pack and Air Force Falcons.

Women arrested in Carson on multiple felonies

Two California women were arrested earlier this week on multiple felony counts including burglary, grand larceny and theft.

JoAnne Skelly: Fall lawn fertilization

A strong healthy lawn next spring will be the best defense against lawn weeds.

Drought heats up as Senate campaign issue

There's another issue that is becoming more urgent in Western states: drought.

Bear traffic deaths could double in Nevada this year

Sept. 14 saw a bear hit and killed on Highway 395 near the turnoff to the Lahontan National Fish Hatchery south of Gardnerville.

Letters to the Editor for September 21, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

CAMPO wants more disadvantaged business partners

The board set a goal for the next three years to include more disadvantaged businesses for federally-backed Jump Around Carson projects.

Wednesday, September 21

Churchill County legal - 27761


Churchill County legal - 27760


Churchill County legal - 27813

Important Tax Notice - 2nd

Churchill County legal - 27815

Notice of Land Sale, Fallon, Nevada

Churchill County legal - 27836

Amended Notice of Hearing

Churchill County legal - 27724

Notice of Hearing

Churchill County legal - 27762


Churchill County legal - 27752


Churchill County legal - 27527

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Churchill County legal - 27719

Notice to Creditors

Churchill County legal - 27732

Notice of Statement of Financial Condition (Unaudited)

Trina Machacek: Sunup to sundown

I took to bed with me thoughts of the amazing events of the day that were out of the norm but were so normally handled.

Las Vegas official arraigned in reporter’s killing

Robert Richard Telles, the Clark County public administrator, stood in court with shackles on his wrists, waist and ankles.

Joe Santoro: Is Pack 4-0 if Norvell, others stayed?

The Nevada Wolf Pack football team just might be 4-0 right now if Jay Norvell was still head coach.

Navy Week events set in Carson City, Minden

The U.S. Navy is planning Navy Week in Reno-Carson City, Sept. 26 to Oct. 2.

Ex-Reno Aces star Corbin Carroll named minor-league MVP

Carroll, who played at four levels in the 2022 season, dominated the PCL during his stint with the Aces

Misfits Theater presents ‘Cabin in the Sky’ murder mystery

The Misfits Theater Group is performing a murder mystery set in 1938.

Nevada unemployment rate unchanged in August

The non-seasonally adjusted rate — the “raw” rate — inched up two-tenths in August to 5.2 percent.

Stephens named state superintendent of the year

School district cited for its innovations during pandemic

Dr. Summer Stephens, Churchill County School District’s educational leader since 2018, has been named the state’s 2023 superintendent of the year. The Nevada Association of School Superintendents recently made the announcement, citing Stephens’ collaborative work during the coronavirus pandemic as a major reason for her recognition. She will now compete for the National Superintendent of the Year during the American Association of School Administrators National Conference on Education in February.

Key dates released for general election

Early voting for the general election begins in a month for Churchill County voters. Several dates of importance may affect voters, especially those who still need to register or others who may wish to vote by mail.

Fallon Police win Battle of the Badges

Fallon’s Police Department took the win in the fifth annual Battle of the Badges competition with the Sherriff’s Office and received a trophy last week from Vitalant.

Past Pages for September 21 to 23, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

CCSO investigating possible embezzlement

The Churchill County Sheriff’s Office has informed the Churchill County School District of an active investigation involving a former school district employee for embezzlement from a former employee.

Community Bulletin Board for Sept. 22-27

Mars Attack! plays Friday at the Oats Park Arts Centers Barkley Theatre beginning at 7 p.m.

Jeanette Strong: Refereeing Nevada’s elections

“Strong leaders inspire. Weak leaders instill fear,” Cisco Aguilar, candidate for Nevada Secretary of State.

Help keep CAPS from capsizing

Dear Readers, I know this headline is startling, but we are in dire times at CAPS. Since 1986, we have strived to care for displaced animals. It has been a struggle at times, but the wonderful people of Fallon have always supported us.

The Nevada Traveler: Reno closely linked to acclaimed L.A. Architect Paul Williams

Most histories of trailblazing architect Paul Revere Williams focus on the many buildings and homes he designed in the Los Angeles area. It’s not surprising since Williams, who lived most of his life there, designed such iconic properties as the Los Angeles County Courthouse and the spider-like, futuristic Theme Building at the Los Angeles International Airport.

Churchill County School District News: Greenwave Special introduces student clubs

The first Greenwave Special was held last Friday. Students were given a list of clubs available and signed up to attend one that sounded interesting to them. Staff accessed student survey results from last year to give them an idea of what students wanted.

Bighorn News: Oasis students strong at Junior Rodeo

Oasis Academy had a strong showing at the Junior Rodeo over Labor Day weekend. Boys results included the following: Clayton Hiibel finished second in boys breakaway, second in steer stopping, fourth in goat tying for boys, and second and third in team roping for 10-13 year old boys; Caleb Edgmon finished third in steer riding for 10-13 year old boys; Hayes Allegre finished second in figure eight, second in goat tying, first in run-ride and lead, first in sack roping, fourth in steer daubing for boys 6-9 year old boys; Rostin Snow finished second in boys calf riding, second in run ride and lead, third in team roping for 6-9 year old boys; Stetson Starr finished third in boys calf riding for 6-9 year old boys; Deegan Edgmon finished third in figure eight, fourth in goat tying, fourth in run ride and lead, and second in sack roping; and Damon Edgmon finished third in goat tying, third in boys sack roping, first in steer daubing, and first in team roping.

School district addresses improvements in specific areas

STAR ratings not assigned to schools

The state of Nevada did not assign STAR ratings to schools for the 2021-22 school year because of flexibility offered by the U.S. Department of Education, reports the Churchill County School District.

Movies & More: Your Community Owned and Operated Fallon Theatre

We have a treat for you this weekend on Friday and Saturday — Fallon Theatre in conjunction with our event sponsor Huck Salt present Hocus Pocus Movie Theme Night! Dare to come to the Fallon Theatre for a fully-immersive experience. Decorations, costume contest, games and a special menu feature such treats as Lucky Rat Tail, Cauldron Bites, Kiddie Cakes, Life Potion along with Adult Witch's Brew.

High Desert Grange fall activities

Fallon’s High Desert Grange is gearing up for their Fall events. Below is a list of currently scheduled activities.

New owners rolling dough at Pizza Barn

Barry and Jennifer Vasquez are the new owners of Pizza Barn, an iconic Fallon pizzeria that originally opened in the late 1970s. The Vazquezes bought Pizza Barn from original owner Roger Diedrichsen, who retired in June.

Wave shuts out South Tahoe

A week after its game against Truckee was cancelled due to poor air quality, the Greenwave football team took advantage of clear skies Saturday night, winning its second game of the year.

VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Fallon sweeps north Reno schools

The Fallon volleyball team completed its 3A crossover schedule, notching a pair of wins over North Valleys and Hug last weekend.

Chewy opens Reno ecommerce fulfillment center

The 795,000-square-foot facility is the 13th fulfillment center for the online pet food and pet products retailer.

Tuesday, September 20

Carson City legal - 27564

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Carson City legal - 27766


Carson City legal - 27769


Carson City legal - 27768


Lyon County legal - 27609

Notice of Sale

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Carson City legal - 27814

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 27830

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 27825

Publication of Ordinance - 2022-18 / 2022-19

Nevada files to end Yucca Mountain nuke dump plan

Nevada has filed a motion with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission designed to permanently end efforts to build a nuclear waste dump north of Las Vegas.

Wyoming takes over Mountain West's top spot

Wyoming (3-1, 1-0) has now won three games in a row and sits atop the Nevada Appeal Mountain West football rankings.

Weapons-grade plutonium secretly sent to Nevada removed

Nevada had argued the clandestine shipment of plutonium to the Nevada National Security Site amounted to a “secret plutonium smuggling operation.”

Lombardo says he'll fight U.S. abortion ban

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has proposed a near-total abortion ban after 15 weeks.

GOED awarded $500,000 to expand international trade

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has been awarded $500,000 to help businesses in the state expand their international trade.

Monday, September 19

Reed, Firebaugh run past Carson

Senator offense displays new, effective look

Carson High football displayed some new offensive firepower in Monday night's 48-24 loss to Reed.

Douglas rallies in second half, but Galena holds on

Trailing 17-0 at halftime, the Tigers score on two long second-half drives before the Grizzlies finally seal the win

Be Food Safe: Food poisoning symptoms

Every year, an estimated 1 in 6 Americans get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 people die from diseases related to food poisoning.

Lyon County Manager Jeff Page announces retirement; commissioners to meet Sept. 26

Lyon County Manager Jeff Page notified the Board of Commissioners of his intent to retire on Sept. 19, according to a news release sent from Page’s county email address.

Grades: Pack offense posts a zero in ugly loss at Iowa

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 27-0 loss to the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday in Iowa City, Iowa:

Chief deputy treasurer retires after 31 years, Carson City resident takes over

The Carson City Treasurer’s Office—responsible for tax collection—has a new chief deputy after the retirement of a veteran in the relatively small office.

Friends of Nevada State Museum fundraiser Sept. 22

Doors open at 4 p.m. for dinner, no-host bar, and raffle. The show begins at 5:15 p.m.

Carson volleyball sweeps Reed

A look at the latest results from Carson High volleyball and boys tennis.

Douglas girls tennis match called early

Plus results from Tiger girls soccer and boys tennis

A look back at results from Douglas High boys and girls tennis as well as Tiger girls soccer.

Brady selected for Dream All-American Bowl

Earlier this week, Douglas High senior Jacob Brady was selected to participate in the 2023 Dream All-American Bowl near Dallas.

Carson City employees recognized for service

On Sept. 15, five individuals were recognized from various departments.

No bail for Reno man held in 1972 Hawaii killing

Tudor Chirila Jr., 77, is accused of second-degree murder in the January 1972 fatal stabbing of Nancy Anderson.

Nevada looks to conservation as Colorado River dwindles

Unlike other states, Nevada has one main river user: Las Vegas.

Letters to the Editor for September 17, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Yerington copper mine in exploratory stage, county told

Hudbay Minerals recently presented its plans for its copper deposit for its Mason Project to the Lyon County Commission.

Sunday, September 18

Western Nevada College program rated 9th in U.S.

A higher education consulting organization has recognized the online Graphic Design Certificate Program.

Carson City Open Space committee seeks applicants

Applicants must be Carson City registered voters to qualify.

Washoe Valley resident imparts life lessons in new book

Topical chapters that read like memoir but highlight practical life lessons.

Kelly Bullis: Actual tax impact of Democrats’ recent act

They call it the “Inflation Reduction Act.” When you read it, it has NOTHING to do with reducing inflation.

Faith & Insight: What path to take?

It is up to each individual to decide which path to take.

Protection sought for snail near Nevada mine

The Kings River pyrg is a springsnail found in 13 isolated springs around Thacker Pass in Humboldt County.

Saturday, September 17

Carson City birth announcements for September 2 to 8, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for September 2 to 8, 2022

Carson High School crowns Homecoming King & Queen

Carson High School (CHS) crowned Sydney King and Kaden Brown as the 2022 Homecoming Queen and King. A short coronation ceremony was held during the Homecoming Dance Saturday evening due to the poor air quality and cancelation of Friday’s football matchup against the Reed High School Raiders.

Jim Hartman: Chief Justice Roberts stood alone on abortion

The all-or-nothing legal extremes prevailed.

Carson City road report for September 19 to 25, 2022

Carson City road report for September 19 to 25, 2022

Kate Johnson: Roasted sausages and grapes take you over the moon (recipe)

This time of year brings me around to grape harvesting time.

Hayden Steyn named National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist

Hayden Steyn is the first semi-finalist in Sierra Lutheran’s history.

Jim Valentine: Thankful for the taxes we have

As property values go up, so do your taxes as they are established by your property’s value.

Past Pages for September 17 to 20, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Mogul, UFO believer spending big in governor’s race

Robert Bigelow has donated $5.7 million to Joe Lombardo's campaign and to political action committees supporting him.

Roger Diez: Cup playoffs heat up; Power best in IndyCar

It has been an unusual beginning to the NASCAR Cup playoffs.

Friday, September 16

Carson City legal - 27812

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 27743

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 27811

Notice of Voter Registration Deadlines

Carson City legal - 27799

Notice of Public Hearing - September 28, 2022

Carson City legal - 27705

Notice of Petition for Name Change

Carson City legal - 27800

Notice of Public Hearing - September 13, 2022

School bus driver arrested for child endangerment

The incident resulted in the arrest of two adult males for threats against a fourth-grade student.

Carson, Douglas homecoming football games postponed

Homecoming court ceremonies moved

Both schools announced their plans for crowning homecoming courts after postponing their football games.

$10K reward for Nevada wild horse killers

Five wild horses were shot last fall in eastern Nevada bout 70 miles west of the Utah line.

Nevada wildlife department confirms presence of bird flu

The Nevada Department of Wildlife, in coordination with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has confirmed Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in wild bird populations in Nevada.

JoAnne Skelly: Tomato questions

Cracks or splits in tomatoes are fairly common.

Carson air 'very unhealthy'; weekend smoke in forecast

Smoke from the Mosquito Fire in California is expected to fill Eagle Valley throughout the weekend.

Carson football welcomes the Raiders for homecoming

After Carson’s defense forced five turnovers last week in a loss to Galena, the Senators are seeing the signs of life they’ve been looking for on the defensive end of the field.

Dayton community pool being discussed again

The project was put on hold last fall.

Carson City man arrested on suspicion of intimidating children on a school bus

A 54-year-old Carson City man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly boarded a student occupied school bus with a holstered handgun.

Thursday, September 15

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Invitation to Bid - Marlette Lake Water System, Diversion Dam

Campagni Cares returns for Carson City Toyota

Carson City Toyota has launched the Campagni Cares program, with its first selected recipient of 2022: the Doula Co-op of Reno.

Cougar volleyball outlasts Tigers in five sets

Plenty of fans in attendance Thursday night for Douglas High volleyball’s contest with Spanish Springs had white knuckles going into the fourth and fifth sets.

Supervisors OK more marijuana dispensaries in Carson City

The ordinance expands the number of retail outlets to four, reverses the co-location requirement and allows drive-through service.

Wednesday collisions tie up traffic across the county

A motorcyclist was transported by helicopter after going off Highway 208 near Holbrook Junction

Nevada State Parks will be ‘fee-free’ Sept. 24

Nevada residents and visitors are invited to celebrate Nevada Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 24 with a “fee-free” day.

Pack will look to exploit Iowa’s shaky offense

Nevada does not want to head into its Mountain West schedule a battered, confused and defeated team.

NDOT Board approves series of road projects

In the Carson City area, work includes upgrading a multi-use path along U.S. 50 in eastern Carson City.

Feds OK Nevada EV charging stations plan

Nevada can now be reimbursed for the costs of installing EV charging stations and other projects directly related to the chargers.

Wednesday, September 14

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Public Sale

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Invitation to Bid - Cooperative Farming

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Notice of Intent to Sell Real Property

Southwest Gas donates $5,000 to Carson City Schools Foundation

Southwest Gas presented a $5,000 check to the Carson City Schools Foundation.

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Notice of Public Hearing

Get Healthy Carson City: Eat a rainbow

September is “Fruit and Veggies — More Matters Month.”

Lawmakers OK $35 million in small business funds

The program is designed to make a combination of private and public funding available to start-ups and other small businesses.

‘Into the Woods’ in Carson City this weekend

Sierra School of Performing and Reno Little Theater will present “Into the Woods,” at the Brewery Arts Center.

Joe Santoro: Nevada could surprise Iowa

The Nevada football team has a chance to do something fairly remarkable Saturday.

Carson City school enrollment down slightly

The drop means a potential $132,576 loss in state funding.

‘The country came together’

Speakers remember 9/11 victims, first responders

A familiar voice to Churchill County reminded residents and friends at this year’s 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony to remember the evils of Sept. 11, 2001, while honoring those who died and heroically saved others.

Investigation begins on cause of Hazen fire

Multiple fire agencies responded to railyard to extinguish burning railroad ties.

With the Hazen fire declared officially out Monday morning, state investigators are beginning sifting through the piles of burned railroad ties to determine the cause of the blaze which sent plumes of smoke into the sky and closed U.S. Highway 50A for a period of time.

Port of Subs opens in Fallon

Although the newest Port of Subs opened Friday in Fallon, a grand opening and formal ribbon cutting conducted by the Fallon Chamber of Commerce will take place at 4 p.m. Sept. 23.

Fallon experiences near normal highs

Lahontan Valley exceeds 100 degrees twice earlier this month

While most of the Great Basin and San Joaquin Valley baked with record temperatures exceeding the century mark, the Lahontan Valley escaped the constant heat for most of August and for the first two weeks of September.

The Nevada Traveler: A visit to Lake Tahoe’s Scandinavian castle

Tucked into the tall pines overlooking beautiful Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe is Vikingsholm, a place fit for a king — or at least a Viking jarl.

Movies & More: Your community owned and operated Fallon Theatre

We have a great lineup of movies for you this week starting Friday at 6 p.m. with the great 2003 film “Secondhand Lions.”

Community bulletin board Sept. 15-21

Applications for the 2022 Wishing Tree Program will be available Sept. 12 from Churchill County Social Services. Completed applications due back to Social Services by October 20 at 5 p.m.

Past Pages for September 14 to 16, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

CCHS seniors sign up to volunteer

Churchill County High School seniors are learning more about their community by volunteering with a local nonprofit agency.

How to keep track of your fur baby

Dear readers, years ago we had an adorable yellow Lab named Baby who ran out the front door and got lost. We spent hours looking for her.

News from the Churchill County School District

Freshman students in Kirsten Ritchie’s biology class did a microscope lab and found some of these mites for themselves. In this lab activity, students had the opportunity to explore an unusual mite called the Demodex, under the microscope.

Winners from the 2022 Fallon Labor Day Parade

Winners from the 2022 Fallon Labor Day Parade

Forest Service taking Zephyr Cove lease proposals

Proposals for operation of Zephyr Cove, Meeks Bay and Camp Richardson resorts are being sought.

Bighorn News: Conservation districts support FFA

Oasis FFA received donations from the Lahontan Conservation District and the Stillwater Conservation District. The two groups each donated $500 to support students traveling to the National FFA Convention.

Prep roundup: Truckee tops Wave in five games

The Lady Wave nearly upset the defending state champs on Friday after coming back to force a fifth and final game.

Greenwave, Bighorns Prep Calendar

The following schedule is for Churchill County (CCHS) and Oasis Academy (OACP) prep sports from Sept. 15-21. Home CCHS tennis, soccer and football contests are played at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex, while volleyball matches are played in the Elmo Dericco Gymnasium. Home Oasis Academy volleyball matches are played at the city-county gym. Home golf tournaments for both schools are played at the Fallon Golf Course.

Carson doctor offers insight into ongoing pandemic

High-risk individuals who haven’t had the omicron variant of COVID-19 should consider getting the latest booster shot.

Tuesday, September 13

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Lien Sale Auction

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Ask The Dog Trainer: What to do if bitten by a dog

Unfortunately dog bites are common.

NDOW confirms mountain lion sightings in Carson

The Nevada Department of Wildlife has confirmed multiple mountain lion sightings in the Carson City area.

Demolition starts at 2 Station casinos in Vegas

The properties had remained shuttered since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.

UNR set to expand campus southward

The project would be developed on 2.2 acres of property UNR owns between 9th Street and Interstate 80.

Falcons flying above rest of Mountain West

The Air Force Falcons are the kings of Colorado right now.

Washoe County to get $88.9 million for U.S. 395 work

The work on U.S. 395 includes additional lanes and improvements on North Virginia Street.

Update: County clearing mudslide off Holbrook road

Story updated throughout to include rain amount and status of Highland Way

Nevada gets $101M windfall for road work

The money was awarded as part of the program taking federal highway funds from states that were unable to use their allotment.

Monday, September 12

Pack repeats 2017 stumble with another bad loss

There is no question that Incarnate Word exposed the Wolf Pack and all its flaws.

Carson High announces homecoming candidates

Homecoming celebrations kicked off Sept. 9.

Wellness center ‘additional tool’ for Carson City

“After millions of lunchtime conversations, we said, ‘let’s just do this.’”

Air quality in Carson City 'very unhealthy' to start the week

Smoke from the Mosquito Fire is "Very Unhealthy" in Carson City to start the work week. The forecast calls for air quality to remain in the "unhealthy" to "very unhealthy" areas through Monday.

Supervisors to begin process for homelessness plan

Supervisors will be asked to review materials to begin a competitive grant process for its new homelessness plan on Thursday.

Sunday, September 11

Children’s book focuses on Virginia City ghost stories

A veteran children’s author has turned her sights onto Virginia City for a new middle-grade book.

Slain Las Vegas reporter spent career chasing corruption

Jeff German took on plenty of powerful and dangerous people.

Vital Signs, RSVP aid Carson City seniors

The Retired Senior Volunteer Program has partnered with Vital Signs to support the Good Neighbor Program.

Jim Valentine: Preparing for winter

There are things to do as you get ready for winter, especially if you are watching the market and thinking of selling in the next six months.

Faith & Insight: Dispense true justice

Universal justice begins with personal acts of kindness and compassion.

Lyon County eyes Mound House center options

Lyon County is developing two options for a plan on the Mound House community center.

Former broadcaster John Potter to address Carson City Rotarians

Long time Northern Nevada broadcaster John Potter will be the guest speaker at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting.

Saturday, September 10

Carson City birth announcements for August 23 to 31, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for August 23 to 31, 2022

Jim Hartman: Crime: Joe Lombardo’s edge in governor’s race

For Nevada voters most concerned about crime, Lombardo has the clear edge in the governor’s race.

Carson City road report for September 12 to 18, 2022

Carson City road report for September 12 to 18, 2022

New director helps Carson choir build confidence

First Presbyterian Church's choir will take the stage this Christmas under the guidance of its new director of music ministries Stewart Peebles.

Carson City homes selected for nonprofit work

Two homes in Carson City will be getting help from a national nonprofit that focuses on safe and healthy housing.

Kelly Bullis: Grab increased medical deduction for nursing care

There is such a thing as “home healthcare” and that is considered a qualified medical expense.

Past Pages for September 10 to 13, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Unqualified attorney general candidate to stay on ballot

John Kennedy, the Libertarian candidate, is not an attorney in Nevada and is not a member of the Nevada Bar Association.

Roger Diez: First NASCAR playoff proves trouble for some

Nobody locked into Round of 12 as non-playoff qualifier Erik Jones took his second career win.

Friday, September 9

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Notice of Intent to Dispose of Real Property by Public Auction

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Sale by Auction

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Petition for Adult Name Change

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Notice of Lien Sale

Reno cruises over Douglas football in league opener

After noticing some things to clean up last week, Douglas High football lurched into league play Friday evening against Reno.

Carson grabs five turnovers, but Galena wins with big second half

Grizzlies overcome miscues for first league win since 2019; Carson shut out in second half

Tomita’s penalty kick leads Carson High girls soccer

Plus, results from Carson boys soccer as well as both tennis teams

A look at the latest week of Carson High School sports, including a late game-winner from Seantor girls soccer. That, plus results from boys and girls tennis as well as boys soccer.

Senator volleyball sweeps Damonte Ranch

Carson High volleyball didn’t have any problems dispatching Damonte Ranch to pick up the first league win of the season Thursday.

Dayton volleyball sweeps Truckee

On Wednesday, Dayton High volleyball traveled to Truckee High to take on the Wolverines.

Douglas High volleyball hosts T-Cub Clinic Series

The Douglas High volleyball program is putting together its annual T-Cub Series clinics starting today.

Douglas High girls soccer ties Reno

Plus results from Tiger tennis, girls golf, volleyball and boys soccer

A look at the week of sports results from Douglas High School varying from girls and boys soccer, volleyball, girls golf and tennis.

Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada hires director

The Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada board of directors has hired Rebecca Hall to be the museum’s director.

Smoke from Mosquito fire cancels, delays cycling events

As of 11:30 a.m. Friday, the Mosquito fire has officially grown to 29,585 acres with zero containment.

Nevada trooper's stop nets $3.6M in fentanyl

Jorge A. Rivas-Vizcarra, 50, of Royal City was being held on multiple drug charges Wednesday in the White Pine County Jail.

Carson City rents continue to climb

The monthly cost of a one-bedroom unit in the capital city went from $853 in fiscal year 2022 to $980 in fiscal year 2023.

Unhealthy air quality likely to continue

Air quality Friday morning in Carson City is “unhealthy” according to

Great Reno Balloon Race heats up

The 41st annual Great Reno Balloon Race started Friday and continues through Sunday at Rancho San Rafael Regional Park.

Thursday, September 8

Officers heighten motorcycle skills in Carson training

The 19th annual Motor Officer Training Challenge at Mills Park takes place though Saturday.

Potentially ‘hazardous’ air warning issued for Carson City

Officials are forecasting air quality in Northern Nevada to reach “very unhealthy” to “hazardous” levels Thursday.

Incarnate Word brings explosive offense to Mackay

Incarnate Word is very athletic but, like most FCS teams, not all that physical.

Nevada to receive $14.47 million in JUUL e-cigarette settlement

Until recently JUUL was the dominant player in the vaping market.

Lyon staff: Dayton building moratorium not justified

The county will not be able to halt or pause new housing or business development on the south side of the river.

Chicago-based marijuana company buys Carson dispensary

Cannabis giant Verano has closed its $29 million acquisition of Sierra Well

Wednesday, September 7

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Advertisement for Bids -2022/2023 Consolidated Roadway Rehabilitation Project

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Notice of Destruction

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Carson City air quality suffers from California fires

As temperatures remain in the high 90s, wildfire smoke is going to sock in Carson City over the next few days.

Information sought on robbery of Dayton gas station

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on alleged armed robbery that took place Wednesday morning at the Valero Gas Station, 100 Douglas St. in Dayton.

Trina Machacek: Fences, gates and wandering bulls

Either ignorance is bliss or someone was looking out for me. I like to think the latter.

Falcon football hangs tough with Loyalton to open season

Plus, results from Sierra Lutheran, Dayton and Carson sports from over the weekend.

Carson seeks consistency as league season opens

Finding some offensive rhythm has become priority No. 1 for Carson High football this week.

Sisolak names Infrastructure Bank director

Asheesh Bhalla is currently a deputy attorney general and a former corporate defense attorney.

Davis second at Twilight cross country meet

Plus, results from other Douglas High athletic events over the past several days.

Tiger football eyes rebound against Reno

Douglas High head coach Kyle Mays was matter-of-fact when it came to his disappointment in his team’s slow start against McQueen last Saturday – a 51-30 loss.

Joe Santoro: Pack puts chips on stout defense

It hasn’t taken Ken Wilson long to put his stamp on the Nevada Wolf Pack football program.

Watch: 2022 Best of Carson City Luncheon

The Best of Carson City 2022 luncheon took place on Friday, Aug. 26 at the Casino Fandango.

Carson’s Llamas-Cruz honored by College Board

Carson High School junior Alexandra Llamas-Cruz has earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs.

Carson City BBQ takes fourth at Sparks cook-off

Carson City BBQ took fourth place at the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off.

Past Pages for September 7 to 9, 2022

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Churchill County Museum hosts open house

The Churchill County Museum Association held an open house in August that was both a meet-and-greet for the new director, Mel Glover, and an update on museum activities for the upcoming months. Anyone can become a member of the Churchill County Museum Association. Members range from individuals to business at different levels of sponsorship. Visit for information.

Fall Film Series set

The Fall Film Series will take place on Fridays this month. The series will take place at Barkley Theatre, Oats Park Art Center, 151 E. Park St.

Jeanette Strong: Working for every Nevadan

“You have to remember, you’re representing people.” — Mercedes Krause, candidate for CD2, on Aug. 22, 2022.

Bighorn News: HERD principles grab spotlight for 2022-23 school year

The 2022-2023 school year is all about running with the Bighorn H.E.R.D. Staff and students are putting a focus on Honesty, Empathy, Respect, and Determination — or the HERD principles — both inside and outside the classroom.

Community Bulletin Board for Sept. 8-14

Applications for the 2022 Wishing Tree Program will be available Sept. 12 from Churchill County Social Services. Completed applications due back to Social Services by Oct. 20 at 5 p.m.

State treasurer pushes for healthcare student-loan plan

Nevada Treasurer Zach Conine has recently filed a bill draft request for the 2023 Legislature to establish a student loan repayment program that will strengthen the pipeline of women’s health care professionals in Nevada.

‘Mindful Youth’ program begins in school district

In partnership with the Churchill County School District, the Churchill Community Coalition has started teaching mindfulness in all district schools this week.

Fallon honors spirit of 9/11

Community remembrance reflects on the worst attack on American soil

Twenty-one years ago, the events on Sept. 11 changed the way in which this county perceived itself and a changing world.


8:45 a.m.: A hijacked passenger jet, American Airlines Flight 11 out of Boston, Massachusetts, crashes into the north tower of the World Trade Center, tearing a gaping hole in the building and setting it afire.

Are there gifted, word-learning dogs?

Dear reader, I recently ran across a fascinating article in Psychology Today about genius dogs who were able to learn multiple words. After a worldwide search for dogs, scientists in Hungary were able to identify six pet Border Collies who have the rare gift of word learning.

The Nevada Traveler: Discovering the Lost City with a visit to Overton

Several years ago, when I was working on a book, “Mysteries and Legends of Nevada,” I compiled a list of the most enduring and unexplained stories in the Silver State.

Prep roundup: Boys soccer wins first game of season

The Greenwave boys soccer team won its first game of the season after starting 0-3 in the opening-season tournament in Spring Creek.

Greenwave derails Sparks in lopsided win

Fallon evens record at 1-1; travels to Truckee on Saturday

Within 2 minutes after the nonleague game kicked off Friday night at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex, the Greenwave scored two touchdowns (and added seven more) as Fallon defeated Sparks 58-6. Fallon plays on the road Saturday in a 7 p.m. game at Truckee.

Carson City remembers 9/11

The Carson City Christian Ministerial Fellowship’s 9/11 memorial ceremony begins 1 p.m. today.

Tuesday, September 6

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Invitation to Bid

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Intent

Nevada Sen. Rosen tests positive for COVID-19

U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., is experiencing mild symptoms from COVID-19.

NV Energy: Limit energy use during heat wave

NV Energy is asking consumers to reduce electricity usage between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday.

Rankings: Mountain West struggles against Power 5

Jay Norvell knew his Colorado State Rams were going to be in for a tough afternoon.

Police: Las Vegas reporter dies in stabbing outside home

Jeff German, a reporter with the Review-Journal, was found dead with stab wounds outside his home.

Regents consider renaming Nevada State College

If the vote passes, the change would take effect July 1, 2023.

Moose migrating to Nevada from Idaho, Utah

More and more moose from Idaho and Utah are making their way into Nevada, where they're finding wilderness to their liking.

Carson City eyeing rent relief bill

Rent in Carson City has been a hot issue, spurring debate and policies on everything from affordable housing to homelessness.

Monday, September 5

Kortemeier marks 35 years at Western Nevada College

News and notes from Western Nevada College's Carson City campus

Carson hosting Source Water Assessment Day Sept. 10

The event will be in the new North Kings Canyon parking area at the top of Kings Canyon Road.

Grading the Pack: Nevada defense is top notch against Texas State

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 38-14 victory over the Texas State Bobcats at Mackay Stadium last Saturday …

Fallon murder suspect to stay hospitalized for year

John O’Connor, a 52-year-old Fallon man, is charged with a July 2018 murder of fellow church member Charles “Bert” Miller.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Heading to the forest with a dog

Suggestions regarding spending time in the woods with your dogs.

Poll: 50-plus voters want to protect Social Security, Medicare

Majority of 50-plus voters in the Silver State support candidates who will protect Social Security and Medicare.

Sunday, September 4

Carson City birth announcements for August 19 to 24, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for August 19 to 24, 2022

JoAnne Skelly: Dealing with a September heat wave

With this heat (and of course, wind), plants, especially trees, need a lot of water.

Tiger football can't keep up with McQueen

Lancer elusiveness in run game opens up big lead

Douglas’ main priority in practice was setting the edge to make sure that an elusive McQueen team couldn’t best the Tigers out in space.

Website launched to track Nevada infrastructure projects will highlight infrastructure investments coming to the Silver State through the federal infrastructure law.

Jim Valentine: Inheriting property from a serious collector

So what you may ask is the difference between a serious collector and a hoarder?

Online bidding starts in the Greenhouse Project's annual Gratitude Dinner

Online bidding for the items that will be offered at auction during The Greenhouse Project's annual Gratitude Dinner, begins Monday, Sept. 5 at .

Faith & Insight: Good fences make lousy neighbors

Good neighbors are not predicated on fences; quite the contrary.

Carson housing project event draws Sisolak, Bagwell

Mayor Lori Bagwell grabbed a shovel for the official groundbreaking of the Sierra Flats affordable housing project off Butti Way.

Saturday, September 3

Jim Hartman: Biden’s $1 trillion student debt payoff

Biden’s gambit may boomerang politically by mobilizing an opposition coalition of Americans who are tired of being played for saps by progressives.

Carson City road report for September 5 to 11, 2022

Carson City road report for September 5 to 11, 2022

Environmental journalist Andrew Revkin to speak at UNR Sept. 8

Revkin has written on global environmental change and risk for more than 38 years.

Carson City resident turns 100 with motorcycle ride

Rolland “Ron” Carter always wanted to ride a motorcycle for his 100th birthday.

Kelly Bullis: Suggestions for fixing Social Security

Can Congress come together to do any or all of these?

Past Pages for September 3 to 6, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Hearing canceled in Fernley kidnap-killing

“The proceedings in this matter shall be suspended until the question of competence is determined."

Friday, September 2

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

Basic too strong for Carson football

Senators start league play next Friday

It wasn’t a secret coming into Friday night’s game that Basic was going to be a handful for the Senators.

Carson volleyball swept by Spanish Springs

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran results from week

Prep roundup from the week in high school sports, including results from Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran.

Tigers survive five-set affair against Reed

Plus, more prep roundup

It was a bit of an up and down performance Thursday, but the Douglas High volleyball team found a way to pull out a win over Reed. Also results from Douglas boys and girls' tennis.

Weaver’s hat trick propels Douglas girls’ soccer

Douglas High girls’ soccer had quite the offensive outburst Thursday at home against Spanish Springs.

Wolf Pack skiing returns

Nevada reinstates its co-ed program, which had been dropped in 2010

The University of Nevada, Reno has been drawing up plans to bring back its skiing program for a few years.

Ioneer hopes to have Rhyolite Ridge in production by 2025

The Rhyolite Ridge lithium-boron project also would deliver roughly $100 million annually in boron.

Pack seeks 2-0 start against another struggling program

A look ahead to Saturday afternoon’s (2:30 p.m.) non-conference football game between the Nevada Wolf Pack (1-0, 0-0) and Texas State Bobcats (0-0, 0-0) at Mackay Stadium:

Forest officials urge caution over Labor Day weekend

With extreme high temperatures forecast for the weekend, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest officials are urging visitors to be careful with fire over the Labor Day weekend.

Carson City Planning Commission approves youth-led virtual reality arcade

A virtual reality arcade proposed for downtown Carson City — run by and for young adults — is one step closer to actual reality thanks to planning commissioners approving a special use permit for the project.

Thursday, September 1

Letters to the editor for August 31, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Douglas football heads to McQueen Saturday

Kickoff has been moved to 10 a.m. Saturday

Douglas High football will kick off at McQueen Saturday at 10 a.m. Kickoff was previously scheduled for 1 p.m., but was moved due to extreme heat.

Carson High girls’ soccer performs well in Tahoe

Golf, volleyball and cross country results from the weekend

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran had several standout performances from the past weeks' worth of games.

Unbeaten Basic to test Carson on Friday

Carson High returns home Friday after picking up a 14-0 win over Calaveras and the first win in the tenure of Senator head coach Ryan Boshard.

Carson City Supervisors move forward on courthouse expansion

The Carson City Courthouse will be getting a makeover in the next three to four years though the scope and costs of renovation are yet to be finalized. On Thursday, the Board of Supervisors directed staff to pursue plans for a three-story expansion on the front end of the courthouse that could add around 8,000-9,000 square feet, hopefully enough to accommodate departments currently cramped.

Joe Santoro: Pack offense looked scared in opener

Nevada Wolf Pack quarterbacks Shane Illingworth and Nate Cox, we assume, are better than what they showed in Saturday night’s 23-12 win at New Mexico State. Illingworth was 7-of-12 for 51 yards and Cox was 7-of-11 for 27 yards and also ran around six times for 37 yards.

Supreme Court climate ruling could impact nuclear waste case

The Supreme Court's landmark ruling on climate change could have implications for a range of other issues, including a case involving nuclear waste storage and a proposal requiring companies to disclose how climate risk affects their businesses, advocates across the political spectrum say.

Heat advisory issued for Western Nevada for Labor Day weekend

A heat advisory has been issued for Western Nevada from 11 a.m. Friday until 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.

Ronni Hannaman: Dr. Merritt Dunlap to shed light ongoing COVID confusion

The luncheon will be held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 11:30 a.m. at the Gold Dust West in Carson City.

Nevada Lake Tahoe oversight committee urges spending millions

The Joint Interim Committee for Oversight of the TRPA and Marlette Lake on Wednesday approved a long list of recommendations that would pump millions into environmental, transportation and other projects in the Tahoe Basin. The vote was unanimous among Senate and Assembly members, including Sen. James Settelmeyer, R-Douglas, despite his concern that money not be pumped into studies but actual projects.